Students may elect to do a combined degree program in Anthropology-Sociology.

The Departments of Anthropology and Sociology strongly encourage prospective joint majors to identify related interests within each department's offerings that can be used in developing a coherent series of classes. Elective coursework in each department can then be used in developing complementary perspectives. Examples include gender, media/cultural representation, and race/ethnicity, etc.

Requirements for Concentration: A total of 16 units in the two fields must be taken, with no more imbalance than 9 in one and 7 in the other.

Anthropology Requirements:

Two of the following introductory classes:

Anthropology 100 Archaeology (1)

Anthropology 120 Human Origins (1)

Anthropology 140 Cultural Anthropology (1)

Anthropology 150 Linguistic Anthropology (1)

Also required:

Anthropology 201 History of Anthropological Theory (1)

Sociology Requirements:

Sociology 151 Introduction to Sociology (1)

Sociology 247 Modern Social Theory (1)

Sociology 254 Research Methods (1)

Four 300-level courses divided between anthropology and sociology, either 301Senior Seminar in Anthropology, or Sociology 300a/301b. Sociology Thesis.

The above requirements total 11 units. The remaining 5 units required for the joint major should be chosen in consultation with the student's advisers.

Advisers: All members of the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology. A joint major should have one adviser in each department.